Quote of the Day

"Frankly, it's exasperating. Clean athletes and the public deserve to have the impact of Russian doping on football, if any, resolved immediately."
--Grigory Rodchenkov's attorney, James Walden, charging FIFA with dragging its feet on investigation of doping in Russian football. (N.Y. TIMES, 1/3)
Thursday January 4, 2018 Vol. 6 — No. 141 Print This Issue

Top Stories

  • Splitting The Pie

    La Liga revealed that Barcelona received a record €146.2M last season from TV rights, according to Richard Martin of REUTERS. Barcelona earned around €6M more than '16-17 champion Real Madrid. The 20 clubs in Spain’s top flight took in €1.247B, rising from €1.237B the previous year, with Barça earning €6.2M more than it did the year before.

  • Boosting Profit

    Everton reports record turnover, profits in '16-17 season.

  • Getting A Win

    Channel 4 takes BT Sport ad contract away from Google.

  • Fresh Paint

    Ferrari, Red Bull do "cosmetic surgery" to deliver new logos.

  • Put On Hold

    Rangers have yet to make a payment on £72M bill to HMRC.

  • Game Changer

    Channel Ten's BBL strategy has changed the way cricket is covered.

  • Finally Done

    Silva officially joins Leicester City after missed deadline caused delay.

  • On The Street

    Plans for F1 GP through Copenhagen are "speeding ahead."

  • Slow Reaction

    Anti-doping critics say FIFA stalled inquiry on Russian football doping.

  • No Deal

    Scottish FA says it's "not prepared" to renew Hampden Park deal.

  • Nothing But Net

    England women's netball success drives rapid increase in participation.

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